Killdozer | The Last Waltz

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The Last Waltz

by Killdozer

Grinding post punk with heavy hilarity. Greatest band from Wisconsin ever.
Genre: Rock: Punk
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1. Porky's Dad
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2. The Nobbies
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3. Man of Meat
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4. I've Seen Grown Men Cry
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5. A Mother's Road
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6. Space: 1999
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7. Richard
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8. A X Mas Song
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10. Cannonball Run III '97
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11. Mama's Boy
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Album Notes
Originally released on now defunct Man's Ruin Records in 1997, Killdozer's "The Last Waltz" remains the legenardy Madison slo-core pioneers one and only official live recording.

It has been completely out of print since 2000 and Wisconsin label Crustacean records is proud to present a completely remixed, remastered and repackaged CD version. A historic document of this hugely influential bands final tour approriately titled The Fuck You We Quit Tour.

"This is a live recording of their final show from 1996, and you can't help but think that a mini-revival could result from a decent airing of this thing. I know they have pockets of resistance in the Midwest to this day..."--Maximum Rock and Roll #275

"Listening to them now still sends some shivers up my spine. It's heavy like the Melvins with remnants of Scratch Acid and Big Black falling out of the amps. Like Shellac on a bad trip, Killdozer made rock and noise, sludgy and grungy, but not in the Seattle way, in the dirt of the bathroom floor kind of way"--The Big Takeover #58

"Man, was I missing some killer stuff! The comparisons to late 80's Melvins is somewhat appropriate, although Killdozer exhibits way less of an overt Black Sabbath influence. You can clearly hear their affect their noisy, untamed grooves had on later bands like Unsane and Fudgetunnel."--Punk Planet #73



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